'A sense of humour lends you poise, it gives you balance and it helps you to bend without breaking'

(HH Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda)

Menokakkuls; Wordyins

Really, can they get much cornier?

What do you call a man with a piece of wood on his head? Edward.
What do you call a man with three pieces of wood on his head? Edward Woodward.
What do you call a man with four pieces of wood on his head? I don’t know, but Edward Woodward would.
Two fish in a tank, one says to the other, “How do you drive this thing?”.
A girl told me that she recognised me from the local vegetarian club, but I’d never met herbivore.
Someone told not to speak in numbers.  I said I didn’t one two…
What goes “Oh Oh Oh?” Santa walking backwards…
What do you call a fish with no eyes? Fsh…
What do you call a pig with three eyes? Piiig.
What do you call a bear with no ears? Anything you like, he can’t hear you….

...can you bear it?

Menootanaboot; again - fourth viewing.

On Friday, I mentioned that on that one day over at Tarbert, I managed to fit in a little tour of the castle and surrounding grounds. There is very little of the actual building still standing, but lots of grass-covered ruins.

It's quite a hike to get up there...though Mac1 and the father did bring me part way in the car! The view over the town was 'braw'.
Having climbed a set of stairs that would challenge Goliath I was standing on the ruins. All that between the lens and the building is broken down walls, now covered in grass and requiring the sheep to keep it in order. Yes, there are sheep there. Look again.

After wandering the ruins, I saw another set of steps at the other end, not quite so giant between the runners. 'To the community gardens' said the sign. Taking the gamble that I wouldn't have to reclimb them, down I went...

...yup, more to come later in the week!..